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Subject: Re: Bricked XO-1
From: Wulf <wulfdes...@gmail.com>
To: Saturday House <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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yea, the Makerbot uses a usb to TTL but it's 5v...
think you could also get them online for about $20 + shipping.
On Aug 16, 11:05=A0pm, josh kopel <jko...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I bet that Matt at metrixcreatespace (http://metrixcreatespace.com/) has
> one you could use.
> On 8/16/2010 7:57 PM, Ryan wrote:
> > I have a bricked XO-1 that I'd like to make unbricked! =A0From what I
> > can tell, the RTC has reset to 0 after being powered off for a
> > prolonged time, and from what I've read, I only need a serial (TTL
> > 3.3v) connection to make it work again. =A0I'm looking for someone in
> > the Seattle area that might already have the appropriate cable, and I
> > was hoping that someone on the Saturday House might have one. =A0I know
> > that XOs have often been seen hanging around SH, so I thought this
> > might be an appropriate alias to contact.